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Soriki—his broad face with its flat cheekbones, its wide cheerful mouth, its heavy-lidded eyes.STAR BORNANDRE NORTON
The freckled vagrant studied him through his red-lidded eyes, kicking some loose embers back into the fire with his toe.THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
She had a lazy smile and she looked at me through half-lidded eyes, almost romantic.LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Did Vasa, with his heavy-lidded eyes, and that infinitely adorable lady Fafaia, wander down to the beach to watch them land?LETTERS FROM AMERICARUPERT BROOKE
Laura was of the languid type of fair women; heavy-lidded gray eyes, peachy skin, and flesh all wrought into curving lines.SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
And long afterward she lifted her head from his arm and blinked at him from sleepy, heavy-lidded eyes.ONCE TO EVERY MANLARRY EVANS
Bella was slender and svelte, with long straight soft beautiful silken pale red hair and white-lidded eyes of grayish green.I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
Drew rubbed the glass before him and studied the aspect with close-lidded intentness.WHISPERING WIRESHENRY LEVERAGE
His eyes raised in heavy-lidded scrutiny of the towering turrets and spires of the mansion.WHISPERING WIRESHENRY LEVERAGE
And she took a pinch of snuff from a little silver-lidded box made of a sea-shell.THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 18, NO. 109, NOVEMBER, 1866VARIOUS

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